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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "wad" in a sentence

    wad example sentences

    wad


    wads


    wadding


    wadded


    1. He hacked up a wad of phlegm and spit it into a nearby bowl


    2. I suggest that you add a small wad of peanut butter in the middle of the sticky mat


    3. He offers it to Russ, who grins, spits out his wad of chewing tobacco in a trashcan


    4. Jock does as he is told, pulling a wad of kitchen roll from the holder on the wall by the microwave, which he too wets under the tap so that he can clean himself up


    5. fair wad of money in front of him


    6. Bobby reached in his coat pocket, producing a thick wad of money folded


    7. One day God led me to the bridge over that part of the freeway and sure enough there was a wad of cassette tape there


    8. " There was a look of confusion on Galimoto's face as he stared at the wad of snot hanging from his finger tip


    9. Nicola's face was a wad of scorched flesh, her nose -- a nub of red with a single hole on its side which hissed with every breath she took


    10. Nathalia looked at the wad of sheets covering his groin and grinned


















































































    1. "Yes," I struggled with the wads of cash in my coat pocket, "it's everything we have sir


    2. Then he keyed the magic numbers into the magical money machine and watched in absolute wonder as the machine spewed out huge great wads of ten-pound notes


    3. He opened the box, removed wads of packing and looked inside


    4. wads of ten-pound notes


    5. The unending noise in Roller Alley was so bad that some Rollers deliberately deafened themselves, but he’d never had the courage to do that, preferring to stuff cotton wads in his ears instead


    6. choosing some hiding place in which he kept his wads


    7. Some muffled grumbling could be heard from inside, but they pretended not to hear what was said, as they inserted the wads of cloth at both ends


    8. inserted the wads of cloth at both ends


    9. lowered it to the ground as gently as I could, wads of his hair


    10. We became close and she was a really nice girl at first plus she past the shifty bitch test which was a process where you leave counted wads of cash in ya pocket that are all bunched up so they look like you haven"t counted them




























    1. When she takes her hand away the fabric of the plaster is already showing a small brown stain where the blood has soaked into the wadding


    2. With the smoldering wadding, he touched the corner of the crinkly vellum and it went up in flames


    3. How could he point a gun at a human being and pull the trigger with as much thought as I might give to wadding up a piece of scratch paper?


    4. “Accepted,” he said, wadding the napkin and tossing it down


    5. Bits of wadding and metal fragments had to be removed from the eyeball


    6. He covered his outburst by wadding the wrapper into a ball and shooting it towards the nearest trashcan


    7. Did a holiday-maker with a wife and, say, four children have to bring six sets of bedding with him? Six sets of Teutonic bedding, stuffed with feathers? Six pillows, six of those wedge-like things to put under pillows called _Kielkissen_, and six quilted coverlets with insides of eider-down if there was a position to keep up, and of wadding if public opinion could afford to be defied? Yet the lodging-houses were full; and that there were small children in them was evident from the frequency with which the sounds that accompany the act of correction floated out into the street


    8. Berty ignored him as he rammed the wadding and poured in a palm-full of shot


    9. Wadding up the paper, he stuffed it in the can


    10. "By holding the weapon in the light and looking down the barrel I can see the wadding that would hold a lead ball in place








    1. Searching through his dresser, she discovered her old reliable, wadded up in the top drawer


    2. She tore one of my sleeves off, wadded it into a ball, and


    3. I wadded the torn sheets into a ball and deposited them in the trashcan behind Roy’s


    4. I got off my horse and, leaving Cuauhtzin on the saddle, undressed and wadded into the tidal water up to my neck


    5. Bast wadded up her bal of yarn and tossed it down the steps


    6. ” Jonathan watched in awe as she wiped the tears with the wadded up tissues


    7. Grasping the tines of the red-hot fork with a piece of wadded pant leg Elise seared the weeping lesion, letting out a terse ―shit,‖ as the cautery instrument cooled in the oozing flesh and had to be returned to the hot coals


    8. He took off his priest‘s robe and wadded it up in a ball as a pillow


    9. He took the note off the storm door, wadded it up and threw it in the rubber wastebasket


    10. There was the group of women who wadded out into the water





























































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    Synonyms for "wad"

    chaw chew cud plug quid wad batch deal flock good deal great deal hatful heap lot mass mess mickle mint mountain muckle passel peck pile plenty pot quite a little raft sight slew spate stack tidy sum bundle compact pack chock up cram jam jampack ram crumple stuff trash compress crush fortune wealth

    "wad" definitions

    a small mass of soft material


    (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent


    a wad of something chewable as tobacco


    compress into a wad


    crowd or pack to capacity